17th District lawmakers to hold town hall March 24

Residents of the 17th Legislative District will have an opportunity to learn more about the 2018 legislative session by meeting with their legislators at a town hall meeting Saturday, March 24.

The meeting, open to the public, will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Dengerink Administrative Building's auditorium on the WSU Vancouver campus, 14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave. in Vancouver. The event is co-hosted by the 17th District's legislators, state Sen. Lynda Wilson and state Reps. Paul Harris and Vicki Kraft, all R-Vancouver.

“This is a great opportunity to look at which bills made it into law, and which ones fell short, and what it means to the 17th District and our state as a whole,” said Wilson. “We experienced an entirely new dynamic during our 60 days at the Capitol because of a change in the political balance. It'll be important to share how that is working.”

“This is an important opportunity to talk with the citizens of the 17th District about the results of the 2018 legislative session, and discuss concerns heading into the next session,” said Harris. “I urge constituents to take the time to provide input so we can better advocate for the citizens of Southwest Washington.”

“I look forward to providing an update for our constituents on the 2018 session and hearing their thoughts on legislative issues,” said Kraft.

For more information about the 17th District legislators, visit Sen. Wilson's website at lyndawilson.src.wastateleg.org, Rep. Harris's website at paulharris.houserepublicans.wa.gov and Rep. Kraft's website at vickikraft.houserepublicans.wa.gov.


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